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BCCI Working <strong>Committee</strong> meets tomorrow to discuss WI pullout

BCCI Working Committee meets tomorrow to discuss WI pullout

20 Oct 2014

Hyderabad: The BCCI's all-powerful Working Committee will meet here on Tuesday to decide on whether to impose a freeze on future West Indies tour and claim damages in the wake of the unprecedented move by the Caribbean team to pull out of the remainder of India tour because of the pay dispute with the Board.

BCCI,   West Indies tour of India,   WICB,   Indian cricket board,  
Over Rs 7.5-cr released for mid-day meals at Delhi schools

Over Rs 7.5-cr released for mid-day meals at Delhi schools

19 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Funds to the tune of over Rs 7.5 crore have been released for government-aided schools in Delhi for serving mid-day meals to students in their primary and upper primary classes.

Mid-day meal,   Delhi schools,   national capital,   MCD,   government schools,   primary class,  
Tech students need to hone communication, soft-skills: TCS

Tech students need to hone communication, soft-skills: TCS

19 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Country's largest software exporter TCS, which is in the process of hiring 25,000 people from the campuses and raise it to 35,000 next fiscal, feels the education institutes must pay special attention to improve communication and soft skills of their students.

Mumbai,   software exporter,   TCS,   campuses,   education institutes,   special attention,   communication,   soft skills,  
<strong>Education</strong>, a panacea to all ills: Arunachal Minister

Education, a panacea to all ills: Arunachal Minister

16 Oct 2014

Itanagar: Education is panacea to all ills confronting the present society, state Education Minister Tapang Taloh has said.

Education,   Educational institutions,   Tapang Taloh,   Jemi Notko,   Itanagar new collage,   Itanagar CM,   Nabam Tuki,   ,  
Westernised <strong>education</strong> concept dealt a blow to Indian culture: Rajnath Singh

Westernised education concept dealt a blow to Indian culture: Rajnath Singh

16 Oct 2014

Jodhpur: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh held westernised education concept brought by Britishers responsible for dealing a severe blow to the values and culture of the country and said present system was not fulfilling the main objective of education.

Westernised education,   Indian culture,   Rajnath Singh,   Home Minister,   BJP,   NDA,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,  
Separate Helpline for North East People: Rijiju

Separate Helpline for North East People: Rijiju

18 Oct 2014

Gurgaon : Assuring that no stone will be left unturned to stop racist attacks against people from Northeast,Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju today said the Centre will soon implement recommendations of Bezbaruah committee formed to look into the issue.

North East Students,   Racist attacks,   Union Minister of State for Home,   Kiren Rijiju,   Bezbaruah committee,   Naga Youths,  
Bihar govt seeks report on madrasa 'banning' girls' admission

Bihar govt seeks report on madrasa 'banning' girls' admission

15 Oct 2014

Patna: Bihar government has sought a report from Nalanda district authorities on a controversy over a government-affiliated madrasa in the district reportedly banning admission for girls.

Bihar government,   madrasa,   girl education,   ban,   Biharshareef,  
Wilshere studying Alonso and Pirlo in his footballing <strong>education</strong>

Wilshere studying Alonso and Pirlo in his footballing education

13 Oct 2014

London: England midfielder Jack Wilshere has been watching clips of  Xabi Alonso and Andrea Pirlo as he bids to fill the holding midfield void created by the international retirement of Steven Gerrard.

Jack Wilshere,   England,   Andrea Pirlo,   Steven Gerrard,   midfielder,   ,  
SAARC energy ministers meet in Delhi from Thursday

SAARC energy ministers meet in Delhi from Thursday

16 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The fifth meeting of the SAARC energy ministers opens here on Thursday an official statement said.

SAARC,   Power Ministry,   SAARC Technical Committee,   India,  
Changing school schedule could help kids perform better

Changing school schedule could help kids perform better

14 Oct 2014

London: Instead of forcing your teenager to wake up early for school, finding a way to start school late could be a better way to help him/her perform better, researchers believe.

School,   Kids,   Education Endowment Foundation,   Study,   Researchers,  

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